Snapback Hat: Hollis Brown Thornton (in4mation x Society6) Editions
Now is your chance to rock some aloha with a very limited, Artist Series Snapback Hat–courtesy of in4mation and five Society6 Artists. We don't want to say in4mation made Hawaii's state initials famous because Hawaii has it's own thing going, but they didn't hurt the cause either. We teamed up with our island-based friends to bring their signature "hi" hats (Hawaii's state initials) to you–our friends, fans and creative family.
Limited Edition of 150 Artist Series Snapback Hats per design. The first 50 of each hat is available on Society6. The remainder will be sold by in4mation as they choose to release.
About the in4mation x Society6 Snapback Hat: Each cap includes the signature "hi" (Hawaii's state initials) in a perfect white, cursive embroidery. The artwork, which is beautifully printed and color-rich, appears across six-panels of breathable polyester and, for some caps, includes an additional design under the bill. The Society6 artist's name is included on custom taping in every hat. Grab one before they're gone and please spread aloha responsibly.
About the Artist: Hollis Brown Thornton I was born and raised in Aiken, SC, received my BFA from the University of South Carolina in 1999, lived in Chicago from 2001-05, and eventually returned to Aiken, where I currently have my studio.
About the Art:
At the basic level, my VHS marker drawings are a piece of popular culture with which people from a certain generation will immediately connect. In many ways, they are pure nostalgia. Personally, and on a broader scale, they represent the outdated things that are still around, like ideas or beliefs that no longer serve their original purpose. The VHS tapes are a simple and playful way of looking at that larger idea of change, and how we often times have a hard time letting go of certain things. -HBT